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  1. Why Dr. Peter Derman sees surface technologies as innovation today and endoscopic spine surgery as the wave of the future

    Peter Derman, MD, is a surgeon at Plano-based Texas Back Institute. By Laura Dyrda -
  2. The big trends, issues in spine shaping practices today

    Technology in the spine field is evolving, and surgeons are reshaping their practices to keep up. By Laura Dyrda -
  3. Academic panel to define best practices for outpatient stem cell procedure

    A group of orthobiologics experts established a Delphi panel process to set treatment standards for an outpatient stem cell procedure known as bone marrow concentrate. By Alan Condon -

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  1. New York hospital offers radiation-free neurosurgery system — 3 things to know

    Rochester, N.Y.-based Unity Hospital is offering the 7D Surgical System for neurosurgery procedures. By Alan Condon -
  2. Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore receives honors for excellence in orthopedics — 3 things to know

    Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore received Healthgrade's America's 100 Best Hospitals for Orthopedic Surgery Award for the second year in a row, reports newswise. By Alan Condon -
  3. Rush names orthopedic building after longtime Rush physician and his wife — 4 insights

    Chicago-based Rush University Medical Center renamed its orthopedic building the Sofija and Jorge O. Galante Orthopedic Building. By Eric Oliver -
  4. Ohio city commission issues initial approval of 2nd Crystal Clinic site plan

    The Fairlawn (Ohio) Planning Commission gave first approval to a backup site plan for Akron, Ohio-based Crystal Clinic's orthopedic center proposal, the Akron Beacon Journal reports. By Eric Oliver -

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  1. PTC Therapeutics signs lease with Bristol-Myers Squibb — 3 insights

    PTC Therapeutics is leasing a 185,000-square-foot biologics-focused research space from Bristol-Myers Squibb, BioPharmaReport.com reports. By Eric Oliver -
  2. Who had the best Q2? How 12 spine, orthopedic companies performed

    Here's a breakdown of how 12 spine and orthopedic companies performed during the second quarter of 2019. By Alan Condon -
  3. 10 spine, neurosurgeons making the news

    Here are 10 spine and neurosurgeons in the headlines this week. By Alan Condon -
  4. Dr. Daniel Penello: The development of a 3D-printed finger and challenges of this debut procedure

    Daniel Penello, MD, successfully implanted a custom 3D-printed finger bone in an iron worker, Robert Smith, who was facing amputation after a heavy steel beam crushed his finger. By Alan Condon -
  1. Why spine surgeons should pay attention to digital health technology — Key thoughts from Dr. Kristopher Kimmell

    Kristopher Kimmell, MD, is a neurosurgeon in Rochester, N.Y., with a practice focused on minimally invasive spine surgery, traumatic brain injury, brain tumors and other spinal procedures. By Laura Dyrda -
  2. Dr. Thomas Loftus: How private practice in spine is changing

    Thomas Loftus, MD, founder of the Austin (Texas) Neurosurgical Institute, has spent his career focused on complex minimally invasive spine surgery. By Laura Dyrda -
  3. A timeline of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine

    The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has been instrumental in stem cell research since it was first established in 2004, but it faces closure in 2022 if a ballot initiative to get it more funding is unsuccessful.  By Eric Oliver -
  4. Alphatec releases implant delivery system commercially

    Alphatec Holdings began the commercial release of its Invictus Minimally Invasive SingleStep K-wireless implant system Aug. 7. By Eric Oliver -
  5. 4 recent private equity transactions in spine, orthopedics

    With the rising popularity of outpatient procedures and further innovation in orthopedics, the specialty is becoming a more attractive investment opportunity for private equity firms.  By Alan Condon -
  6. DiscGenics treats 1st patients in degenerative disc disease cell therapy trial — 3 insights

    Discgenics treated the first patients in its clinical trial of intervertebral disc tissue for mild to moderate degenerative disc disease in Japan, reports Biospectrum Asia. By Alan Condon -
  7. Illinois hospital expands spine program — 4 things to know

    Gateway Regional Medical Center in Granite City, Ill., established a new orthopedic spine program, reports Advantage News. By Alan Condon -
  8. 4 recent spine, orthopedic device company mergers & acquisitions

    Here are four spine and orthopedic company transactions in the past month. By Alan Condon -
  9. Xtant Medical net loss drops $3.1M, revenue down 18% in Q2: 5 details

    In the second quarter of 2019, Xtant Medical reported a net loss of $1.9 million, a 62 percent decrease year-over-year. By Alan Condon -

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